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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, october 6th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the latest in the las vegas massacre. this morning investigators are trying to figure out if the gunman had his eye on other targets. one big clue, his hotel reservations in other cities. hollywood powerhouse harvey weinstein is accused of decades of harassment. how he's reacting to the news.
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the gulf coast. good morning from the studio 257 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. investigators are looking into whether las vegas gunman stephen paddock had staked out other places for attacks. they said they would support restrictions on bump stocks. that's the device paddock used to turn his rifles into fully automatic weapons. seth lemon has more. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. the heart break has many of them looking. republicans and democrats on capitol hill seem to agree on at least one point and it seem therco
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new gun legislation. mourners in las vegas lit candles for charleston hartfield overnight, the off-duty officer killed in the las vegas shooter. 58 advices line the las vegas strip, a tribute to all of those killed at the concert by stephen paddock. investigators are looking into what led the 64-year-old to open fire. officials say he may have had his eyes on other large outcoor events with large crowds. >> until they can actually complete this investigation, we're not going to know what was on his mind. >> the massacre in las vegas has some republicans here on capitol hill open to the idea of banning the piece of equipment the gunman used to make his semiautomatic gun fire like a fully automatic one. senator dianne feinstein has
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stocks.tion that would ban the house speaker paul ryan says congress should consider the idea. >> fully automatic weapons have been outlawed for many, many years. this seems to be a way of going around that. >> on thursday the nra also signaled its support. and now australian police are helping the u.s. into the investigation of the shooter's girlfriend. they say she was born in the philippines but she moved to australia and became a citizen after marrying a man there years ago. meg? >> seth lemon in washington for us. thank you. while it remains unclear why stephen paddock started shooting at a las vegas concert, it's clear he planned the attack for some time. jeff pegues has more on his other potential targets. >> reporter: more than a month before the attack on-stephen paddock booked room at the blackstone hot
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overlooked the paddock never checked in. he also booked rooms for a different festival in las vegas and around fenway park. some of the information is coming from searches from his online tinkt and other electronic devices. police are in contact with people with him before the shooting including a woman at the mandalay bay casino. he acquired 33 weapons from four states and why his car contained ammunition, fertilizer, and tannerite, a powerful explosion as this youtube demonstration shows. why a physician yafixation with thousands of
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ron hosko in -- >> reporter: they're rethinking outdoor events. rahm emanuel is preparing for next week's marathon which has 40,000 competitors. >> we constantly go through our minds of what goes on. i'm glad the fbi is here. in fact, we work with a lot of our federal partners. >> experts say stephen paddock wanted granite for the attack. he called the hotel complaining about loud music and he was constantly in the casino where he had to know dozens of cameras would record his movements. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. ahead on "cbs this morning," the latest on what investigators are learning from
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paddock's girlfriend about his this morning tropical storm nate is off the coast of honduras. it's headed toward the gulf of mexico and expected to reach the us gulf coast over new orleans over the weekend. nate is blamed for at least 22 death. the state has declared in louisiana. hollywood power broker harvey weinstein charged "the new york times" with reckless reporting after the times reporting he sexually harassed women for decades. weinstein has taken a leave of absence from his company. elaine quijano has details. >> reporter: the sexual allegations against harvey weinstein stretch back 30 years with some as recent as 2015, according to "the new york times." one of his accusers, actress ashley judd told the paper that two
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multiple sl beverly hotel, asking if he could give her a massage or watch her take a shower. she thought, how do i get out of the room as fast as possible without alienating harvey weinstein. the times says eight women say he engaged in inappropriate behavior, that included being nearly naked, requiring them to be present while he bathed or repeatedly asking for a ma salk or initiating one himself. he's released at least eight confidential settlements with women. the paper says most received $80,000 to $150,000. in a written statement to the times, weinstein said, o quote, came o of the '60s and '70s when
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i appreciate how the behavior in the past caused pain and i'm sincerely apologize for it. his resume includes hits like "pulp fiction," "goodwill hunting." he said "the new york times" had published false and defamatory statements about harvey weinstein adding we're preparing the lawsuit now, all proceeds will be donated to women's organizations. ahead on "cbs this morning," we speak with "new york times" correspondent and cbs news contributor, jodie canter, one of the reporters who spent four months investigates the weinstein story. the trump administration is finalizing the new immigration policy to deal with thousands of young immigrants covered by the deferred
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roxana saberi reports. >> reporter: this college student is grateful she could renew her daca application. >> i'm saving my money to pay for classes. >> reporter: her family moved to staten island when she was 2. daca helps students brought illegally as children stay and work. >> on september 5th, we were on our way to washington, d.c. we heard the news, and my heart was very heavy. >> we're properly enforcing our laws as congress has passed them. >> reporter: that sparked protests across the country, including this one in los angeles on thursday marking the cut-off date for more than 150 daca recipients with expiring permits to file for renewal. >> maybe
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have a renewal date including carlos himself are out of luck. >> we've been here before. we're going to continue to fight. >> the worry that my parents have, it really impacts me. >> reporter: are you more worried about your situation as a or your parents as illegal immigrants or both? >> i'm worried for both. e i'm worried that my parents will lose the 17 years they have built here on staten island in new york. i'm worried for my future. i'm worried for my siblings. >> reporter: right now she's worrying and going to school and fighting congress. roxana saberi, cbs news, staten island, new york. coming u on the "morning news," cam newton apologizes. the quarterback p
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issued apology of herself. for racial slurs she made four years ago. "the wall street journal" reports russian hackers stole nsa data on u.s. cyber defense. back in 2015 hackers reportedly working if the russian government stole details of how the u.s. penetrates foreign computer networks. they also accessed how the u.s. defends against cyber attacks. the hackers targeted an nsa contractor who took the classified material home and put it on his personal computer. the "los angeles times" says california has become a sanctuary state in a rebuke of president trump policy. governor jerry brown signed legislation yesterday extending protections for immigrants living in the u.s. illegally. the bill limits who
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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. it is time to get ready for the weekend. we're going tostart it off on a very warm note. 67 outside right nowfinding highs in the low to
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there today. 82 ourigh temperature today. warm with a few clouds. great weather for the nats game. in the low to mid-70s during the game. by the time the game wraps up you'll find the temperatures down to about 73. if you get cold fast maybe a sweater will help out. . i have a nats jacket too. okay. we have a big fire goingon now. it shut down part offox hall road northwest boast direction shut down. the firestarted in the basement. they're still looking to see what the cause is. here's thething there are 60 crews out here. they have it shut downthrough the entire block, the 1,600 block. just go down to
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soon as they cut you off cut down either direction on 44th, and then i just kept looking and you can make your way back and continue out. but this will probablyhang around for a while. we're learning now details about funeral plans for a young woman originally from prince george's found dead in north carolina. a viewing and funeralservice will be held next friday october 13th at 10 a.m. she'll be laid to rest the next day. police found her body last week even though she had been living in virginia for the past couple of years. she was going toculinary school there. policestill have not found her killer. good news about the job market, more u.s. workers are enjoying job security. only 260260,000 applied
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week. it's downto a 16-year low. how about an electronic hybrid airliner. a seattlestart up is plane to make a plane that will reduce the cost and trips. they would flysocially on battery power and be piloted remotely. >> all right. that scares me. out of boston university, the school of medicine finds that beer brands popular with underage drinkers are more likely to air tv ads to target underage drinkers. . people in the southern part of louisiana are preparing for tropical storm nate.
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getting out the sandbags. >> good morning, everybody. happy friday. >> friday. let's go nats. taking on the cubs tonight in the first round of the playoffs. we've got our jerseys. let's talk weather if you're going to the game tonight you said if you're a little cold you can bring a sweater but it's going to be nice. >> it is going to be nice out there this evening finding temperatures in the 70s. we'rebusy tracking the tropics out there. tropical storm natetaking aim at the gulf coast. it looks like it could make landfall somewhere early sunday between louisiana or maybe alabama or the northern or western tip of florida. lookslike it's going to be around the louisiana area the most. even if it is a tropical storm now it could strengthen to a hurricane. just what it's forecasted to do by the time it makes its way
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and encounter warm waters and favorable conditions to get a hurricane going. we could seea category 1 storm. that areathere below sea level. we'lltrack that coming up. for ustoday gorgeous out there, 80 to 85 degrees, partly sunny and warm. maybe a stray shower tothe north. i think the rest ofus will be dry and enjoy wonderful dry weather to start the weekend. to end it, therain chances are on the rise. we'll get into a soggy pattern starting on sunday. this is3:30 p.m. most of our cloudsare to the north. late saturdayheading into sunday is when we're anticipating those showers finally beginning to push in. sunday is going to be our soggiest day of the weekend. 83and muggy on saturday. i'm going to call out jake. no's just as cold as i am and


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